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The latest on this subject from Wikipedia:
To obtain a rating for a game, a publisher sends the ESRB videotaped footage of the most graphic and extreme content found in the game. The publisher also fills out a questionnaire describing the game's content and pays a fee based on the game's development cost:
- $800 fee for development costs under $250,000
- $4,000 fee for development costs over $250,000
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